From Storage Pods to Rubber Plantations, Diamonds to Carbon Credits, there were myriad ways to sell you risky investments as part of your SIPP.

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most common – if you’ve invested in any of these products and have suffered a loss as a result, then you may be entitled to compensation.

  • Store First

    There have been a number of questions raised about the liquidity of these investments due to the lack of a willing market available to purchase them, should investors choose to sell. Read more..

  • Carbon Credits

    Popularised by high-profile politicians and celebrities, Carbon Credits were promoted as a safe investment however ended up being sold to Pension holders who had no idea of the risks involved. Read more..

  • Ethical Forestry

    Another high-risk, unregulated investment that managed to find it’s way into thousands of mis-sold SIPPs across the UK. Investors were left perplexed when the UK arm of Ethical Forestry went into liquidation and the Serious Fraud Office got involved… Read more..